While investigating the murder of an ex-con leads to the revelation that a man who was convicted of a crime ten years ago might be innocent. And it turns out that Van Buren was the lead investigator. They eventually learn that the tech,who said that the fingerprints were that of the suspect, has been deliberately claiming prints sent to her for identification, were positive when in fact they were inconclusive.- Written by email@example.com
Briscoe and Green investigate the murder of James Foley, a drug dealer. Foley was actually a confidential informant for the narcotics bureau, which may have given many people a motive to kill him. They find the fingerprints of Luke Campbell in Foley's apartment. More importantly, they find evidence that his brother Bobby, who has been in prison for 12 years, may have been framed for a murder Foley may have committed. It turns out the head of the NYPD fingerprint section, Lisa Russo, may have been stretching the truth in favor of the prosecution to get convictions. The FBI lab reviews 20 of her cases and finds that a third of the samples they've been given cannot be confirmed. McCoy charges her with manslaughter over the death in prison of someone who was falsely convicted in large part due to her testimony.- Written by garykmcd
A fingerprint analyst's error put an innocent man in prison. Detectives discover that this may not have been the only error she has made in favor of prosecutors.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
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